Wedge-tailed Eagle and Nest Sightings

I am collating data on all Wedge-tailed Eagle and nest sightings along the proposed WVTNP corridor through Long Forest, Merrimu, Coimadai, Darley, Pentland Hills and Myrniong. I am focusing on these areas specifically as research has shown there to be a high concentration of Wedge-tailed Eagles through this region. These amazing raptors are protected under the Wildlife Act 1975 yet many are killed every year by overhead powerlines. Their habitat, territory and nests must be protected. All data provided will be uploaded to the BirdLife database so I can demonstrate the severity of impact.

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